Bachelor of Science in Justice & Public Safety Administration


The Supply Chain Management program at Sullivan University prepares you for management opportunities in many different companies. Perhaps you desire to manage an operation in a port in New Orleans or to become a purchasing agent in North Dakota or a trucking company planner in California. You will be qualified to seek positions such as these upon graduation from Sullivan’s program.

We will teach you to improve and streamline operations for all types of companies, making you a valuable commodity to executive management. The program is well respected in the industry, primarily due to its common-sense approach to management. With instructors who have many years of successful experience in industry, you will learn what it really takes to move a business to the next level.


What qualities should a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management student have?

  • An understanding that there are good jobs out there but not always ones where you wear a tie to work and sit behind a desk all day long
  • A desire to learn about and improve processes
  • Willingness to pay attention to details and to continuously learn

What specific skills or knowledge are taught in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management program?

  • How to manage logistics and distribution operations
  • Warehouse management skills
  • Purchasing best practices
  • Operations management and lean practices

What is the most important or unique thing about Sullivan’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management program?

The program is delivered via online and/or traditional classroom settings by instructors with significant real-world experience. These instructors make the program more valuable to students by explaining best practices versus theory and how both are beneficial in a business setting.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management Course Requirements

180 Credit Hours
Length: 18 months beyond the associate degree
Completion of the Associate degree or its equivalent (see the Undergraduate Admissions section of the catalog for a description of Sullivan’s 2+2 programs)
Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

CourseTitlesCredit Hours
Total Credit Hours180
Business Core Courses (104 Credit Hours)
ACT 101Principles of Accounting I4
ACT 102Principles of Accounting II4
ACT 103Principles of Accounting III4
BUS 204Introduction to Business Law and Ethics4
BUS 424International Business4
CMM 401Principles of Conflict Management4
CMM 402Managing Diversity4
CMM 403The Manager as Negotiator4
CMM 405Restorative Justice Philosophy and Process4
COM 214Public Speaking4
ECO 201Microeconomics4
ECO 202Macroeconomics4
ENG 101Composition I4
ENG 102Composition II4
ENG 204Advanced Writing4
FIN 324Financial Management4
MGT 304Principles of Management4
MGT 330Information Systems for Managers4
MGT 344Organizational Behavior4
MGT 434*Operation Management4
MGT 464Business Policy4
MKT 304Principles of Marketing4
MTH 201College Algebra4
MTH 202Introduction to Statistics4
MTH 301Quantitative Methods4
PHL 464Ethics4
Credit Hours104
Finance (16 Credit Hours)
FIN 334Investments4
FIN 344Analysis of Financial Statement4
FIN 354Security Analysis and Portfolio Management4
FIN 364International Finance4
Credit Hours16
Healthcare Management (16 Credit Hours)
HCA 301Principles of Healthcare Management4
HCA 302Legal Aspects and Compliance of Healthcare4
HCA 401Principles of Healthcare Finance4
HCA 402Senior Seminar in Healthcare Topics4
Credit Hours16
Management (16 Credit Hours)
MGT 324Human Resource Leadership4
MGT 364Analysis of Management Systems4
MGT 404Management Decision Making4
MGT 424Senior Seminar in Management Topics4
Credit Hours16
Marketing (16 Credit Hours)
MKT 324Marketing Research4
MKT 334Sales Management4
MKT 444Building A Brand4
MKT 465Senior Seminar in Marketing Topics4
Credit Hours16
Supply Chain Management (20 Credit Hours)
SCM 301Introduction to Logistics and Systems Support4
SCM 302Overview of Procurement Practices4
SCM 401Managing Warehouse Operations4
SCM 402Supply Chain Inventory Planning4
SCM 403Logistics and Distribution Management Externship4
Credit Hours20
General Studies Electives (16 Additional Credit Hours)16
Students must choose four additional General Education classes; at least one from the Natural Sciences/Mathematics category, one from the Social/Behavioral Sciences Category,one from the Humanities/Fine Arts category and one from any category. These classes are in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program.
Free Electives (44 Additional Credit Hours)44
Elective classes are selected in consultation with the student’s faculty advisor to balance the program in keeping with the student’s personal objectives or associate degree.

Important note: If the Associate Degree or other transfer credit does not include prerequisite courses for the required courses listed, those courses must also be completed for the Bachelor’s Degree.
*MGT 434 is not required for the Supply Chain Management Concentrations.
Locations Where One Can Enroll:

Fort Knox

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